Southeast Utah in March

SAMSAM Posts: 1,404Member
DH is planning our first extended trip in our T@B traveling from Cleveland to Utah in March traveling about a month.  Right now we are looking at the southeast corner bordered by Arches in the north and Escalente on the west.  Has anybody been in these areas this time of year?  Good time to go?  Better to wait?  What do you recommend?  

Secondarily, what kind of routing during March have you taken.  I want to avoid snow by going further south than what my husband thinks we need.  What's your experience?
Sharon and John - Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Blue and Silver 2017 CSS towed by a 2015 Salsa Red Toyota Sienna

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  • jkjennjkjenn Posts: 4,123Member
    @Sam I have been to Escalante at the very end of February, before. The weather can really vary. They hed the biggest snowstorm of the winter while I was there. Elevation will be the biggest factor.

    I am considering a trip around Feb or March, too and plan on planning for a couple of different routes and adjusting based on the weather forecast. You can often see ice storms along I-40 during those shoulder seasons.



    Jenn Grover | 2015  T@b S Max Silver/Turquoise Trim | 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland | Nights spent in T@b: 148 | Pittsburgh PA

  • SAMSAM Posts: 1,404Member
    Thanks Jenn.  Good to know.
    Sharon and John - Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Blue and Silver 2017 CSS towed by a 2015 Salsa Red Toyota Sienna
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